Thank you from SNMH Foundation and Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital! |

Thank you from SNMH Foundation and Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital!

During the early stages of the pandemic, SNMH Foundation Executive Director Kimberly Parker and Board President Gil Mathew participated in the distribution of PPE for businesses in the community.

Most of us look forward to saying goodbye to 2020. It has been a year of ups and downs, challenge and adversity, resilience and heartbreak. It is hard to believe that nearly a year has passed since we found ourselves in one of the most significant moments in recent history.

Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Foundation’s staff and board never stopped although we had to pivot our work. Initially, we assisted wherever needed by the hospital. This included helping to secure donations of goods and services, encouraging those interested in making masks and scrub caps, facilitating donations for the hospital’s most urgent needs, and much more.

The Boards of Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Foundation and Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital are deeply grateful to everyone in our community that have given generously to ensure our hospital stays strong during these trying times. It means so much to our healthcare workers both on the frontline and behind the scenes. Thank you! We live in an amazing community.

Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital Foundation Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital

Board of Directors Board of Directors

Gil Mathew, President Monty East, Board Chair

Mary Bitle Dan Castle

Jake Bronson Andrew Chang, MD

Barbara DeGraw Jason Fouyer

Jean Creasey, DDS Alex Klistoff, MD

Denis Drew, MD Michael Korpiel

Monty East Alison Lehman

Brian Evans, MD Stephanie Ortiz

Sara Fillips Scott Robertson

Dylan Hendricks

Alex Gammelgard Brian Evans, SNMH CEO/President

Rich Keene

Marty Lombardi

Katy McKay

Sean Metroka

David Painter

Edward Sylvester

Heather Thorpe

Kim Zwick

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